Panasonic TX-65DX902B User Review

  • AVStas
    I'm satisfied
    Review of Panasonic TX-65DX902B LED LCD TV by AVStas, Dec 4, 2016.
    I've bought 58DXW904 as a replacement for OLED55E6V, which was very unsatisfactory in 3D.

    I'm using it with satellite dish and I should admin the good quality of the receiver. Also 4k channels, especially with HDR looks really perfect.

    The normal SD channels are also quite good.

    The only issue - as a majority of TVs it can handle no more than 4 ports in switch.

    3D picture is quite OK. There is some viewable ghosting on very contrast scenes or on very bright objects, but for the rest is quite good.

    In compare to LG OLED colors are not so bright, but in my opinion they looks much more natural. Black level probably the same like in my old Samsung plasma.

    What I really miss in compare to LG is air mouse. Also there is no 3D button on remote, so if you need to turn 3D on manually you have to do quite a journey through the menu.

    Also it does not allow to switch 3D on 4k picture.

    Has a good support for HDMI-CEC, but quite an issue here is that it does not show OSD name of the devices, and just shows them as "player1", "player2". Was it so hard for Panasonic programmers to implement this tiny feature? This kind of issues in top model TV I cannot understand.

    Internal media player is quite good and was able to play almost all my 4k shops demos, including HDR ones. The picture quality on HDR images is just perfect.

    It also finds my NFS share automatically, but not without issues. I do not understand WHY they decided to scan for all directories on network share and show them on one screen. So if I have directories 4k/Demo/HDR all three of them are shown next to each other:
    4k Demo HDR
    And when you are in one of the directories you don't see sub-directories, only files. Also, sorting order of the directories is unclear. It is not alphabetical or anything else logical. So find something can be quite tricky.
    This item was purchased for E2850 in 2016. The reviewer still owns this product.


    • Perfect colors
    • 4k HDR
    • Good internal media player
    • Perfect dual DVB-S2 receiver


    • HDMI-CEC does not show devices OSD name
    • Way of presenting directories on network shares is bad

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    Greyscale Accuracy


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    Picture Quality Out-Of-The-Box


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    Build Quality


    Ease Of Use


    Value for Money



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